The Pembroke Pines Police Department is investigating the early Saturday morning hit-and-run collision that resulted in the death of a man to find out who caused the tragedy. The accident happened because the driver of the vehicle did not stop after hitting the victim. According to reports, a collision happened just before 5:30 a.m. and was reported to the police close to the intersection of Pembroke Road and Island Drive.
The North Perry Airport is not far from this crossroads. The incident occurred at that particular crossroads. The Pembroke Pines police department said that a hit-and-run motorist murdered a bicyclist who was traveling west on Pembroke Road toward a designated place to meet up with other bicyclists for an organized ride. Prior to joining the planned ride, the victim was on his way to the spot where he would meet the other bikers.
The deceased was slain while en route to meet the other motorcyclists for the journey. The victim was traveling to the agreed-upon location to meet the other bicycles before participating in the planned ride when he was struck by a vehicle. Tragically, he was unable to survive and passed away from his wounds. The victim was just about to join the other riders for the trip when he was slain; he was on his way to meet them for the adventure.
According to the police’s investigation, Roy Miralda, who was 41 years old at the time of the occurrence, was the person observed riding the motorcycle. The driver of the vehicle that was involved in the incident allegedly fled the scene of the crash without helping Miralda or informing the authorities of what had happened. The police haven’t disclosed any information on the offender or the vehicle that was engaged in the event in any public statements.
The results of the inquiry into the car accident showed that the collision caused significant damage to the front end of the car. This was established to be the case due to the fact that the car’s front end sustained significant damage. This information was found because the front of the car was engaged in the collision. The investigators are currently looking into the factors that contributed to the incident in order to ascertain how it occurred.
The Pembroke Pines Police Department can be reached at 954-431-2200, and Broward Crime Stoppers can be reached at 954-493-8477, if you have any information about this event. Both of these phone numbers should be accessible through an internet search.